This semester Safe Ride will run every day starting from 7 p.m.-1 a.m with an exception of U.S. holidays and MSU holiday breaks or campus closures.
"By throwing all these people away and incarcerating them, you're not protecting anybody," advocate Tasheena Lewis said. "You're creating a larger, vicious cycle. You're creating more drama with families, with these children growing up without parents, without grandparents."
The satellite office is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and will allow students and East Lansing residents to inquire about the upcoming election at an on-campus location.
“MSU has not been formally served with this lawsuit yet,” MSU spokesperson Emily Guerrant said. “And we traditionally do not comment on pending litigation. This football player has not been involved with team activities since earlier this year.”
The Ingham County Prosecutor's Office has charged a 54-year-old Lansing resident with receiving and concealing a stolen motor vehicle and resisting and obstructing a police officer. A 37-year-old Leslie resident was also charged with receiving and concealing a stolen motor vehicle.
East Lansing city council candidates discussed student issues such as housing, diversity, student involvement in the city and how to make EL a good place for graduates to live after graduation at an ASMSU-hosted forum Monday.
A Trump-backed event at the Michigan Capitol Tuesday brought the likes of Melissa Carone, prospective governor Ryan Kelley and several state representatives to the lawn to demand a full, forensic audit of the 2020 election.
A federal judge ruled against an MSU employee who filed a lawsuit in relation to the university's vaccine mandate due to her 'natural immunity.'
State Rep. Sarah Anthony held an environmentally focused town hall event on Monday, Oct. 11. The event featured four panelists, and offered residents a chance to listen to discussions and ask questions on environmental issues.
Spotlight Michigan is calling on U of M’s leadership to be held accountable and make changes to prevent these crimes from ever happening again.
Have you noticed the artwork around East Lansing depicting faceless people plastered on buildings? Those images, created by artist Paolo Cirio, are meant to show people the dangers of the internet, which is not as private as we like to think.
“One of the things that I know to be true is that if I was to go and take a look through our local public schools K-12 curricula in regards to history here in America, most everything that we are here for today is left out of the history book,” Ojibwe/Odawa social worker Hunter Genia said.
The Michigan State University Surplus Store and Recycling Center installed a new robotic sorter last week, allowing the facility to categorize recyclables more efficiently and combat staffing shortages.